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Cubitek M4 Mid-Tower Case Review @Hi Tech Legion
     Wed, Nov 30 2011 | 4:18P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The Cubitek M4 midtower case comes in two variants. The Cubitek M4 is a midtower case designed to hold the latest PC hardware and support for additional cooling, while the Cubitek M4 Silencer is a midtower variant that forgoes the two side panel fan options for sound dampened panels. Even high end components, like large 1000W+ power supplies and graphic cards longer than 13 inches, can be installed inside the Cubitek M4. The Cubitek M4`s front bezel takes cues from the M4 carbine and is designed to be aggressively stylish while being functional, having perforated front covers for extra ventilation and equipped with a fold-down accessory tray."

SilverStone Precision PS07 Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Wed, Nov 30 2011 | 9:11A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
The new Silverstone Precision PS07 is a case targeted to microATX motherboards, also supporting the Micro-ITX and Micro-DTX formats. It is bigger than traditional small form factor (SFF) cases, such as the Sugo series models from the same manufacturer (see the Sugo SG05, Sugo SG06, and Sugo SG07 reviews). In fact, the Precision PS07 has similar size and features as the Temjin TJ08-E. Let`s compare them."

Thermaltake Battle Dragon Bag @ LanOC Reviews
     Wed, Nov 30 2011 | 9:01A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
We try to make it out to as many LAN?s as possible every year on top of our own events. Because of that we have had a strong interest in finding different ways to make packing up your rig to make going to LAN?s easier. In the past we have taken a look at the difference between a SFF build and a laptop, looked at ways to pack your peripherals, and even a SFF build for my wife. The SFF build for my wife has been perfect, but none of our solutions have helped her be able to pack everything up easily and carry it all into a LAN in one trip. Thermaltake?s new dragon bag lets you pack everything but your PC in it, including your monitor. Finally a way to cut those loading and unloading trips down to one!"

BitFenix Merc Alpha PC Case Review
     Tue, Nov 29 2011 | 5:29P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
For people on a very tight budget the Merc Alpha midi tower PC Case by BitFenix may not just be the ideal gift to make to themselves in light of the upcoming holiday season but also the ideal gift for people really close to them."

Sentey Burton (GS-6500) Chassis Review at Overclockers Online
     Tue, Nov 29 2011 | 10:18A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Sentey has brought the Burton to the table, and it?s a chassis made to be readily compared directly to enthusiast-level competition. While it isn?t a performance upgrade from the last GS-6400 model, it certainly is eye catching in its glossy stature, complimented by the blue glowing LEDs captured within its six included fans. However, nothing is perfect, and the Burton definitely has its imperfections, particularly its short front I/O cables that could render any front connections unusable."

Fractal Design Core 3000 Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Tue, Nov 29 2011 | 9:19A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fractal Design is a Swedish manufacturer, and their products are easy to find in the US. The Core 3000 is a mid-tower case that costs USD 65. Let`s see if it is a good pick."

Corsair Carbide 500R Case @ Rbmods
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 6:51P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Today we take a look at the Corsair 500R computer case that is included in their Carbide series. This has room for a lot of fans, radiator in the top, space also for bigger videocards, and PSU?s. Well lets not waste more time but get on with the review to see what type of quality we can expect from this 140$ case."

Fractal Design Core 3000 Mid Tower Case Review @ ThinkComputers.org
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 6:14P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
?Fractal Design isn?t a company known by many, but has been becoming more popular over the past year or so. This Swedish company offers a wide variety of cases, ranging from $30 to $170. Today we?ll be looking at one of the lower end models, the Core 3000. The Core 3000 comes equipped with three fans and room for many more as well as a very simple tool-free installation. Read on further to see what else this case has in store."

NZXT Tempest 410 PC Case @ Pro-Clockers
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 4:21P | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
NZXT`s Tempest 410. If it`s a windstorm you`re looking for, I think I have found one for you. It is a rather unassuming case, solid black, harsh lines, with dark mesh grills covering dark dust filters. The only thing that brings any sort of color to the case is the sliver of blue from the USB 3.0 port. Even its fans, while the blades are white, aren`t equipped with any colored LEDs."

BitFenix Merc Alpha Mid Tower Chassis Review
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 9:48A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As far as being no frills and full of experiences, that holds true to the chassis as well. Don`t let the no frills label I use scare you. Even in human form, you need to check waistbands and boots to be sure that you don`t run into any surprises. The chassis we are about to look at also appears to be simple to give you that feeling of comfort as it sits on the table and stalks the competition, but behind its back, or under the door panels, there is plenty in store to aid you in an epic kill/death ratio, collecting dog tags, or in the quest for a golden gun! BitFenix has in fact developed their own Mercenary to do our bidding. In fact, they even made two versions. What we are about to see today is the BitFenix Merc Alpha. Along with its partner chassis, the Merc Beta, there is only the top chassis ventilation that separates the two, so it will take a discerning eye to tell them apart, much like telling Bender apart from Flexo."

Fractal Design Arc Midi Case Review @ Hardware Secrets
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 9:19A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
Fractal Design is a Swedish manufacturer, and their products are easy to find in the US. The Arc Midi is a mid-tower case that comes with eight 3.5/2.5 bays, three 140 mm fans, and an analog fan controller. Let`s see if it is a good product."

Thermaltake Armor A30 MicroATX Computer Case Review @ Bigbruin.com
     Mon, Nov 28 2011 | 9:08A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
If you are looking for a small form factor case to take to LAN parties or just to save space, the Thermaltake Armor A30 is a great option. It has the features that are needed in an enthusiast level case, including a USB 3.0 port, SSD support, room for multiple hard drives, a removable motherboard tray, and even support for long video cards."

Antec Performance One Series P280 Super Mid Tower Chassis Review
     Sat, Nov 26 2011 | 11:19A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
As I sit here contemplating to start this based off of a revision of a previous design angle, or if I take the approach of allowing this chassis to stand on its own merits, I find that both angles are very applicable to what we are going to be having a look at. As the title mentions, essentially we are at what the evolution of what the P180 has become some years later. The external design has definitely been revisited in this new release, but there have been a multitude of changes made internally. Looking at cases that came later in the Performance One series from Antec, the P183 and P193 and their revisions, they were all based off a compartmentalized interior design. So while Antec tried to make it have aesthetic cues that hark back to the classic design that many of you reading this have used, there has been much thought and effort into maximizing what you can get into this chassis, making it easy to do, and deliver limited noise in operation."

Cubitek Tattoo Pro Review at Overclockers Online
     Sat, Nov 26 2011 | 10:18A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
A good case that stands out from the rest is not easy to find. The Tattoo Pro promises to be a case that you want to buy at the price you?d be willing to pay. In my mind, that spells value without compromising the fundamentals of a good case design. Let?s see how the Tattoo Pro holds up."

Sentey GS-6500B Burton Full Tower Case Review @ Bigbruin.com
     Sat, Nov 26 2011 | 9:08A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
There is a lot to love about the Sentey GS-6500B Burton Extreme Division full tower case. First off, the build quality is fabulous. The fit and finish are of the same quality, if not slightly better than some of the high-end cases we`ve seen. The chassis is roomy and plenty of the user friendly features are just what we`d expect to see from a premier brand."

SilverStone Raven RV03 @ PureOverclock
     Sat, Nov 26 2011 | 4:50A | Cases | PermaLink
Posted by: STAFF
?One of SilverStone`s newer chassis is the Raven 3 which is derived from the original Raven case. The Raven 3 is smaller in stature compared to the original but still packs an aesthetically pleasing punch. The Raven 3 has been engineered for innovative heat dissipation, the fact that heat rises SilverStone has turned the motherboard 90°, and stacked all of the gear vertically rather than horizontally like what we typically see in other cases.?"

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